Dusk: Video – Birmingham – Granda’s Plan

From the Goose in Seely Oak, Birmingham Sherry Morris‘s Short Story for DUSK, Granda’s Plan. There were massive problems with the sound on the video so we had to re-record it. We’ve done our best to match the sound to the BSL, but live, people talk a lot faster!

BSL Interpretation by Emma Dunleavey-Dale

read by Adam Elmi, re-recorded sound, Sam Arrowsmith

The unpublished poems and stories from these events are in the forthcoming anthology Dusk.

You can buy the ebook only from us, now! Print version not in shops until June 21st preorder from us now for pre-pub copies from beginning of May

Dusk: Video – Birmingham – Sometimes a Black Cloud

From the Goose in Seely Oak, Birmingham, Nigel Hutchinson‘s poem for DUSK, Some Times a Black Cloud. There were massive problems with the sound on the video so we had to re-record it. We’ve done our best, but live, people talk a lot faster!

BSL Interpretation by Emma Dunleavey-Dale

reading and re-recorded sound, Sam Arrowsmith

The unpublished poems and stories from these events are in the forthcoming anthology Dusk.

You can buy the ebook only from us, now! Print version not in shops until June 21st preorder from us now for pre-pub copies from beginning of May

 

Dusk: Video – Birmingham – On the Evening Train

From the Goose in Seely Oak, BirminghamFiona Salter‘s Short Story for DUSK, On the Evening Train. There were massive problems with the sound on the video so we had to re-record it. We’ve done our best, but live, people talk a lot faster!

BSL Interpretation by Emma Dunleavey-Dale

reading and re-recorded sound, Sam Arrowsmith

The unpublished poems and stories from these events are in the forthcoming anthology Dusk.

You can buy the ebook only from us, now! Print version not in shops until June 21st preorder from us now for pre-pub copies from beginning of May

 

Dusk: Video – Birmingham – Shortest Day

From the Goose in Seely Oak, Birmingham, Sue Johnson‘s poem for DUSK, Shortest Day. There were massive problems with the sound on the video so we had to re-record it. We’ve done our best, but live, people talk a lot faster!

BSL Interpretation by Emma Dunleavey-Dale

read by Adam Elmi, re-recorded sound, Sam Arrowsmith

The unpublished poems and stories from these events are in the forthcoming anthology Dusk.

You can buy the ebook only from us, now! Print version not in shops until June 21st preorder from us now for pre-pub copies from beginning of May

 

Dusk Poet: Nigel Hutchinson

Nigel Hutchinson studied Fine Art, before a career in teaching. His poetry is often prompted by paintings, films, or incidents that could be films.

His work has appeared in a number of magazines, for the Laurence Sterne Trust and in the Japanese newspaper, Yamanashi Hibi Shimbun.

His first collection ‘The Humble Family Interviews’ is published by Cinnamon Press.

Nigel’s poem for Dusk, Some Times a Black Cloud, will be performed at Birmingham and Warkleigh on 21st December.

     

Dusk Author: Sherry Morris

Sherry Morris

Originally from America’s heartland, Missouri, Sherry writes monologues, short stories and flash fiction which have won prizes, placed on shortlists and been performed in London and Scotland. After almost twenty years in London, she moved to a farm in the Scottish Highlands where she watches clouds, goes for long walks and writes. Her published work can be found on www.uksherka.com or follow her @Uksherka.

Sherry’s story for Dusk, Granda’s Plan will be read at Inverness, Birmingham and Bristol on 21st December. Sherry describes it as a young boy’s attempts to save his grandfather’s soul has unforeseen consequences.

Dusk Poet: Sue Johnson

Sue Johnson is a poet, short story writer and novelist. Her work is inspired by the landscape, by fairy-tales and visiting local cafes. She is a Writing Magazine Creative Writing Tutor and also runs her own brand of writing workshops.

Sue’s poem for Dusk, The Shortest Day, will be performed at Birmingham and Ellon, at Dusk on the 21st December 2017 and published in the Dusk anthology on 21st June 2018

Dusk Author: Fiona Salter

Fiona Salter a charity worker, short story writer and single parent. She has had work published in the Sunday Telegraph magazine, ghost written blogs for Huffington Post, and read her stories at WordFest and Small Wonder festivals, and had them read for her, with dramatic flourish, by actors at the Liars League.

Fiona is based in Sussex, where the sun sets at 3.56 at the Autumn Equinox.

Her story, for DuskOn the Evening Train takes an uneasy turn when her protagonist is made redundant. It wil be read at Birmingham at Dusk on 21st December 2017 and published in the Dusk anthology on 21st June 2018

 

 

Dusk: Tickets

A Wave of Words Across the UK, 12 sites, at Dusk on the Shortest Day of the Year.

Tickets: Generally by donation, suggested £3, but there are exceptions where this is part of a bigger event.

Ellon: On The Door
Inverness: on the door
Greenwich
Nottingham
Carlisle: on the door
Rossendale
Lancaster
Birmingham
Bristol (Kelston)
Anglesey (Holyhead): on the door
Warkleigh
Redruth

Venue details

Dusk: Venues

ALL EVENTS HAPPEN ON 21ST DECEMBER 2017!

All events BSL Interpreted

Ellon (Nr Aberdeen)
from 16:28 (solstice) official performance 1707
Better Read Books
18 Ythan Terrace
Ellon,
AB41 9LJ
Aberdeenshire

Inverness
from 17:00 for 17:15
SGL Boardroom
Eden Court,
Bishops Road,
Inverness,
IV3 5SA

Carlisle
from 17:00 for17:16
Foxes Cafe Lounge
18 Abbey Street,
Carlisle
Cumbria,
CA3 8TX

Greenwich
from 17:00 for 17:16
West Greenwich Library
Greenwich High Road
SE10 8NN

Lancaster

from 17:00 for17:17
The Print Room Café & Bar
The Storey
Meeting House Lane,
Lancaster,
LA1 1TH

Rossendale
from 17:00 for 17:18
The Whitaker Museum & Arts Centre
Haslingden Road,
Rossendale,
Lancashire,
BB4 6RE

Ynys Mon
from 17:00 for 17:19
Ucheldre Centre,
Holyhead,
Ynys Mon
LL65 1TE

Birmingham
from 17:00 for 17:20
The Goose
561 Bristol Rd,
Birmingham
B29 6AF

Nottingham
from 17:00 for 17:21
Nottingham Writers Studio
25 Hockley
Nottingham
NG1 1FH

Bristol
from 17:00 for 17:30
The Old Barn,
Kelston Roundhill,
Near Bath
BA1 9AF

Warkleigh (Near Barnstaple)
from 17:00 for 17:33
Courage Copse Creatives
Warkleigh,
Umberleigh,
North Devon,
EX37 9DD

Redruth
from 17:00 for 17:40
KEAP,
The Merlin Building,
Cornwall College,
Trevenson Road,
Pool,
Redruth,
TR15 3RD

TICKETS